Marketplace PM for March 16, 2007
Mar 16, 2007

Marketplace PM for March 16, 2007

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Putting a price on foreign investment

Mar 16, 2007
China has a new corporate tax law for foreigners who want to do business there. Scott Tong went to Hunan Province, where business people say it's about time.

The cost of staying grounded

Mar 16, 2007
Airlines cancelled hundreds of flights today because of ugly weather forecasts in the Northeast. Alisa Roth reports that it might not have been the wisest economic decision.

An expensive welcome mat awaits the A380

Mar 16, 2007
The Airbus A380 jumbo jet is at least two years behind schedule. Yet, airports have already invested millions in getting ready for its arrival. Lisa Napoli reports.

With prices up, interest rates likely to stay put

Mar 16, 2007
If there were any lingering hopes of an interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve board next week, they were probably dashed by today's Consumer Price Index report. Hillary Wicai reports.

Planning a city from scratch

Mar 16, 2007
About 60 miles north of Los Angeles is one of the last big open spaces left in this country that's near a major urban area. But it might not stay wild much longer. Kai Ryssdal talks about Tejon Ranch with writer Jon Gertner.

War funding bill gets a few add-ons

Mar 16, 2007
The cost of President Bush's emergency war funding plan is going up. Congress has some things it would like to add. Marketplace's John Dimsdale talks with Kai Ryssdal about the funding bill's inflation.

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